The Jagaurs hope reuniting Red Bryant with his former defensive coordinator Gus Bradley will be the first step in rebuilding their defense. (Jon Ferrey/AP)
The Jacksonville Jaguars entered this offseason with just over $59 million in cap space, second in the NFL. The team made its first big move in free agency Saturday, reaching an agreement with defensive end Red Bryant for a 4-year deal, as reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Bryant was a starting defensive end for the Super Bowl-winning Seattle Seahawks, where he played in former defensive coordinator Gus Bradley's scheme. Bryant will reunite with Bradley, now the head coach in Jacksonville.
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Bryant has spent all six of his years in the NFL in Seattle, the last three as a full-time starter. In 2013, he recorded 17 tackles and 1.5 sacks.